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The DCR's Hatch Shell on the Esplanade comes alive with orchestral splendor on Wednesday evenings during July and August, as the Bos- ton Landmarks Orchestra returns for its 2014 main series. Led by Music Director Christopher Wilkins, the Orchestra brings together a diverse group of artists and partner organizations from across Greater Boston for seven unique programs, from the July 16 th open- ing that featured Carmina burana, to the final concert on August 27 th O'er the Land of the Free: Bicentennial of the Star-Spangled Banner. July 23 rd Fiesta sinf6nica; in partnership with Inquil- inos boricuas en acci6n (IBM, Landmarks offers up an evening of Latin music and dance, beginning with George Gershwin's rumba- inflected Cuban Overture. Two worlds meet as the Orchestra is joined by "a pocket-sized salsa orches- tra" performing . festive music from a half-dozen Car- ibbean nations, with new nations represenfed this summer. Featured artists and partners include Con- servatory Lab Charter School Dudamel Orchestra, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and drummers from Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston. The program features La noche de los Mayas (Silvestre Revueltas), En memoria de Chano Pozo (David Amram) and Viaje (Gonzalo Grau). Get ready to dance the night away! July 30 th Longwood Symphony Orchestra; The Orchestra's collaboration with the acclaimed Long- wood Symphony Orchestra of Boston's medical community is one of its longest partner- ships. Music Director Ronald Feldman leads a program of classic works offered in the spirit of service, to celebrate the international nature of this exceptional institution, alongside the New World Chorale presenting Carmen Suite No. 1 (Georges Bizet), Cello Concerto No. 1 (Camille Saint-Saens) with Natasha Farny, cello, Pavane (Gabriel Faure), Nocturnes (Claude Debussy) and Carmen Suite No. 2 (Georges Bizet). August 6 TM Boston Lyric Opera; The Landmarks Or- chestra proudly continues its series of highly success- ful collaborations with Bos- ton Lyric Opera, in a pro- Hilarious is one of many things said about Amy Schumer and her stage time with Funny or Die's summer comedy tour at the Xfinty Center on August 15 th which is sure to be a hit. (Photo by variety.corn) gram featuring excerpts and scenes from operas by Verdi, Mozart, and others. Fans of the Orchestra and BLO alike will enjoy a sneak peek at the company's upcoming 2014-15 season. It will in- clude Mozart's Don Giovanni, Verdi's La Traviata as well as his The Force of Des- tiny, and Janacek's Katya Kabanova. August 13 th From the New World: The Legacy of the Spirituals; African Ameri- can spirituals are revered the world over as expres- sions of deepest faith. The New England Spiritual En- semble and One City Youth Choir (new this year) bring together young people from across Boston to perform these anthems of the Ameri- can experience. The pro- gram, which is funded in part by the National Endow- ment for the Arts and the Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation, features the premiere of Griot Legacies by American composer Trevor Weston. Other works include The Chariot Jubilee (R. Nathaniel Dett) and Dvorak's Symphony No. 9 ("From the New World"). August 20 TM Rhapsody in Green; The annual "green" concert offers music of bril- liant colors and cooling shades befitting a late summer evening. Der Freischtitz (Carl Maria yon Weber) unfolds in a fairy-tale forest. Jean Fran9aix's The Flower Clock is an oboe con- certo depicting a clock as- sembled from diverse flow- ers, where each blooms at a different hour. Simon Parmet said of Jean Sibelius's Symphony No. 2 in D Major, op 43, "It is a song of praise to summer and the joy of living." Featured art- ist is Andrew Price, oboe. Rounding out the program is Suite No. 1 in A minor, op. 42 (Edward MacDowell). August 27 th O'er the Land of the Free: Bicentennial of The Star-Spangled Banner;, in partnership with the 1812 Marine Guard for the USS Constitution, the USS Consti- tution Museum, and a full color guard of today's Ma- rines from Fort Devens, MA. The War of 1812, America's "Second Revolu- tion," despite its numerous and tragic miscalculations, helped unify a young nation. The flag and the song -- both known as the Star-Spangled Banner- share an enthral- (Continued on Page 13) RECEIVE AN EXTRA 02500 APY ON THE ABOVE RATE WHEN YOU OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH DIRECT DEPOSIT00I Visit our new branch located at 389 Hanover Street to open your account today[ ,AGLEBANK I 800-BANK-E/00GLE (1) Annual Percentage Yield is accurate as of 7/8/14. Accounts must be opened at the North End branch only. New money only. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. 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